It seems like a new yoga studio opens every month nowadays. These establishments have their own gimmicks to entice students to sign up. But how will you know which one is for you? Can you just bring your mat and try out a session in any studio you want?
Before you sign up for anything, it is important to do your research to ensure that you won’t be wasting your time and money. Here are some questions to answer while you’re picking the yoga studio that will best address your needs.
Are The Teachers Trained?
If you are new to yoga, it is especially important to find a teacher who can help you improve your practice. You need to find someone who has the credibility and the training to guide you on your yoga journey. When you inquire at a studio, don’t be shy to ask about the qualifications of the available teachers. Choosing an unqualified teacher could be a waste of money, and doing so may put your health at risk too.
Is Spirituality Involved In Your Practice?
Most big studios offer yoga as a form of exercise. You just come in, exercise, and leave. On the other hand, there are smaller yoga studios that encourage students to delve into traditional yoga practices too. If you are interested, you can learn about mental and spiritual teachings that can supplement your yoga practice.
Do You Like Big Classes Or Small Ones?
Do you like the energy of big classes, or do you prefer to attend small ones because the teacher can pay more attention to you? If possible, schedule trial classes that will allow you to get a feel of what it’s like to be in an actual yoga class at a specific studio.
How Is The Community?
Are you looking for a group of yoga practitioners whom you can be friends with? Perhaps you just want a place where you can exercise? Try out several sessions at a particular studio and observe how students treat one another. You can be more direct and ask them about their experiences.
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